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U.S. Revival Stands to Influence Florida Home Prices

19 Mar

U.S. Revival Stands to Influence Florida Home Prices

The truism has it that real estate is the most local of assets. If you exclude California-style earthquakes, the land a home is built upon tends to stay pretty much in one place. That being the case, Cascades St. Lucie West home prices tend to reflect our local Florida conditions: when business is popping and everyone feels confident about the future, Florida home prices tend to move upward.

Even so, as the complete numbers roll in from last year’s national real estate market, anyone with a rooting interest in Florida home prices has to be cheered.

The fact is, American home prices climbed 5.9% last year – the greatest yearly gain since 2006. Calling that only a ‘sharp’ rise is like calling the Super Bowl an ‘interesting’ football game. So, even though Cascades St. Lucie West home prices reflect local conditions, that kind of jump indicates the kind of national movement that is bound to echo through every corner of the country.

The U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development also report that new national housing starts rose in 2012’s final month to an annual seasonally-adjusted rate of 954,000 (way more than the experts expected).  It sounds like a big number, and it is — an increase of 12% from the revised November rate of 851,000, and a gain of 36.9% over the previous year’s 697,000!

The National Association of Homebuilders also reported a third consecutive six-year high in its builder confidence index. It’s still below the point NAHB considers builder “optimism” balances with builder “pessimism,” but moving strongly in the right direction.

Now that we’re at a point where we can look back over last year’s performance, it’s easy to look back and say “That year sure would have been a good time to buy or sell!” To me, it looks likely that this time next year, we’ll have more of the same.

If 2013 is the year you’re considering making a move, I would be genuinely delighted to put together a plan of action that fits your goals and your timetable.  I hope you’ll give me a call!

Having the right real estate agent means having an agent who is committed to helping you buy your new home with the highest level of expertise in your local market. This commitment level has helped Bold Real Estate Group build a remarkable track record of delivering results

Are you tired of scouring the newspaper and MLS listing sites looking for homes in Florida? Tired of playing telephone tag with Realtors only to hear the home’s already sold? Sit back, relax and let Bold Real Estate Group and our team of professional Realtors do the work for you! Just visit our website and check off the properties you’re looking for. This service is FREE and there’s no obligation!

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About the Author: Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida. Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties. For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net or 772-224-1634

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Port St Lucie Custom Home For Sale

13 Jan

Port St Lucie Custom Home For Sale

Port St Lucie Custom Home

Gorgeous “Tranquility Model Home” in Torino Port St. Lucie, built in 2005 by Homecrete Home Inc., lot size 80×125, home features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Built with R-24 insulated concrete walls, 12″ foot vaulted ceilings with custom crown moldings and chair rails throughout home. Beautiful ceramic tile in foyer entry and wet areas, kitchen area, breakfast nook and living room overlooking screened terrace, and a peaceful private garden, formal dining room, master bedroom with dual vanities, separate tub & shower.  Kitchen offers 42″ maple wood cabinetry, Corian counter tops, stainless appliances, pocket sliding doors, utility sink & laundry, attic, all appliances included. Two car garage with side door, walk-in closets, alarm system, sprinkler system, rain gutters, beautifully landscaped, professionally done & tastefully selected paints throughout this gorgeous home.  This is “truly a rare find”  Click & View Home Virtual Tour

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, an agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

Are you tired of scouring the newspaper and MLS listing sites looking for homes in Florida?   Tired of playing telephone tag with Realtors only to hear the home’s already sold?  Sit back, relax and let Bold Real Estate Group and our team of professional Realtors do the work for you!  Just visit our website and check off the properties yuor’re looking for.  This service is FREE and there’s no obligation!

View thousands of listings  www.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.PGAVillage-Homes.com, www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com, www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

Do You Know Why Your Home In Cascades Is Not Selling

12 Jan

Do You Know Why Your Home In Cascades Is Not Selling

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If your home in Cascades has been on the market for any length of time and is not selling, you are probably wondering what you have done wrong.  What’s wrong with your house.  Why is it not selling.   Don’t worry, this happens sometimes but with the help of your realtor it can be done.

Here are a few things to consider if your house is not selling and what you can do about it.

1.  Price.  Yep, that is usually the first thing people think and they very well might be right.  Remember your house is only worth what a buyer is willing to pay for it no matter what you think your house is worth or how many upgrades you have made.   You will need to work with your realtor in researching the current market in your area.  Then and only then will you be able to determine the fair market value of your home even if it is not what you think it should be.   A big mistake many people make when choosing a realtor is picking the one that “says” they can get you a higher price for your home than the market commands.  Do your homework and be prepared to make an educated decision when choosing your realtor.

2.  Don’t base your selling price on your needs.  What you “need” to make on your house does not mean anything to a potential buyer.  So set your price based on the facts – the fair market value for your area.

3.  Keep your emotions out of it.  If you are basing your price according to what your neighbor sold theirs for a few years ago because you “think” your house is better.  Then stop right there.  This is going to get you nowhere.  Markets change and many sellers view their homes in a whole different light than someone that is impartial.  So don’t base your price on your emotional attachment to your house.

4.  Don’t be greedy.   If the fair market value of your home is $300,000 and you want to try to get $350,000 for it, this will come back to haunt you later when your house sits on the market for a year with no takers.  Now potential buyers will think there is something wrong with your house because it is not selling.

5.  Price is not always the issue.  If a buyer see’s imperfections  such as an unkempt lawn or a broken fence etc., you will continually receive low ball offers.  So if you have any obvious imperfections, go ahead and fix them before you put your house on the market.

6.  If location or noise issues are the problem, then you and your realtor will need to come up with ways to overcome those buyer objections before they occur.  Maybe the price justifies the issue or perhaps you can “throw in” something to sweeten the deal such as paying closing costs etc.

7.  Is your house clean?  Make sure your house is clean inside and out otherwise you may find yourself sitting on your house for a very long time.

8.  Are you making it difficult for your buyers to see your property?  It is in your best interest to allow a lockbox to be put on your house.  If you only allow buyers to come by on an appointment only basis this will also reduce your chances of a quick sale.  Talk to your realtor about these things.  Most agents are more than willing to give you a courtesy call before showing your home to allow you just enough time to pick up and make arrangements to be out of the house.

9.  Make sure you are not present during a showing.  Most buyers are very uncomfortable touring your home while you are there.  Furthermore, it makes it more difficult for them to picture themselves living there while you are in the home.

10.  Sometimes the reasons are beyond your control.  Such as a new home development being built in your area or maybe you received some bad advice from your agent.  This is the time you will need to step back and reassess the situation.  What can you do to overcome the obstacle.   Do you need to sweeten the deal or perhaps you should postpone moving.  Or perhaps you need to replace your current agent with someone that has a little more experience.

There are many reasons that your house may not be selling.  Talk with your realtor about reassessing your current market strategies and together you can come up with some viable options.   Just remember, eventually your house will sell.  Follow your realtors advice and they will do everything in their power to get you the best possible offer.

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, an agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

Are you tired of scouring the newspaper and MLS listing sites looking for homes in Florida?   Tired of playing telephone tag with Realtors only to hear the home’s already sold?  Sit back, relax and let Bold Real Estate Group and our team of professional Realtors do the work for you!  Just visit our website and check off the properties yuor’re looking for.  This service is FREE and there’s no obligation!

View thousands of listings  www.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.PGAVillage-Homes.com, www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com, www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

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Port St Lucie Cascades-Buy a Home or Rent

10 Jan

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Port St Lucie Cascades-Buy a Home or Rent

You don’t have to be on the verge of retirement to begin thinking about the nuts and bolts of your future living arrangements. There is more to it than just adjusting your monthly budget. For many people who are winding up their full-time working lives, a governing decision – one that will affect countless others – is whether to buy a home, continue in one you already own, or to rent.

Some retirees view shedding home ownership as a stress-reliever. If they decide to migrate — whether to a milder climate or to be closer to the grandkids — those folks are less inclined to buy a home in their new community. For others, the decision can be more emotional: many of us who have long owned our homes would be uncomfortable any other way.

If it has been years since you’ve even thought about the buy a home vs. rent decision, writing up a list of the current tradeoffs isn’t a bad idea. There are many dimensions to consider, but in the financial area, some bullet points on that list:

  • Risk    When you own your home, you control an asset that historically stands to increase in value over the long term. However, owning does involve financial risks — such as unexpected maintenance costs or insurance deductibles. Short term, market fluctuations do occur, and that can hurt if it becomes necessary to sell under time pressure. On the other hand, rents rise to cover landlord expenses — and taxes and insurance generally head in one direction: up!
  • Opportunity  When choosing whether to buy a home, rent one, buy a condo, or rent an apartment; you need to ask yourself a fundamental question: do you view your housing arrangement as an investment opportunity — or as just a line item in your cost of living? If your budget leaves some breathing room, the investment idea may look inviting. If not, tight finances might turn maintenance expenses into major hassles.
  • Bottom Line   Overall, the most important factor will always be your budget. Retirement generally means a fixed income – a lifestyle that rewards careful planning (and a sharp pencil!).About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, an agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.netAre you tired of scouring the newspaper and MLS listing sites looking for homes in Florida?   Tired of playing telephone tag with Realtors only to hear the home’s already sold?  Sit back, relax and let Bold Real Estate Group and our team of professional Realtors do the work for you!  Just visit our website and check off the properties yuor’re looking for.  This service is FREE and there’s no obligation!

    View thousands of listings  www.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.PGAVillage-Homes.com, www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com, www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

Incremental Landscaping Grows Port St. Lucie Home Values

2 Nov

Incremental Landscaping Grows Port St. Lucie Home Values

It’s a guiding principal among Realtors that superior landscaping adds value to any housing for sale. In Florida, different studies arrive at differing answers for how great that incremental increase actually is, but most agree that it lies somewhere in a range between 5% and 14%.

Needless to say, that is huge! Since there isn’t anything like a universal way to define ‘good,’ ‘bad,’ or even ‘average’ landscaping, you can’t pin down its precise value. Nevertheless, what is certain is that in offering any housing for sale, the result will be greatly influenced by the first impression the property makes – its ‘curb appeal’. Landscaping is a great part of that.

The landscaping term covers a wide swath of meanings including just about every part of a Cascades property that isn’t physically part of the house itself. Improving it can be simple and inexpensive – or not!

  • A well-maintained lawn is commonly the first ‘must’ for improving the value of any housing for sale. A messy yard will put off most potential buyers immediately: that can make an otherwise sparkling property seem old and run-down. When you think of landscaping as a frame or prelude to what a home’s interior has to offer…but your buyer has to get past it first!
  • Adding and improving ornamental detail is one of the least expensive and most impactful ways to upgrade housing for sale. Professional landscapers know how splashes of color placed in appealing places can please the eye and distract from features that would otherwise detract from an overall impression. Long story short: be willing to freshen up over-the-hill plantings and planters before they become visual liabilities.
  • Taking the long view, the time/budget tradeoffs are fundamental realities when it comes to more major plant landscaping. A tree planted now can mean a great improvement to any housing for sale five or ten years from now. Just ask a nurseryman what is involved in transplanting a mature tree!

Attractive landscaping adds a welcoming factor to any Port St. Lucie housing for sale. Moreover, there is another real benefit we don’t often think about: the increased pride of ownership that enriches the home owning experience beyond its dollars-and-cents value.

This fall, with inventories trending lower, some homeowners may suspect that now could be the right time to list their Cascades home. If you are one of them, do give me a call to talk strategy and the best way to take seasonal advantage of your own property.

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, an agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

Are you tired of scouring the newspaper and MLS listing sites looking for homes in Florida?   Tired of playing telephone tag with Realtors only to hear the home’s already sold?  Sit back, relax and let Bold Real Estate Group and our team of professional Realtors do the work for you!  Just visit our website and check off the properties yuor’re looking for.  This service is FREE and there’s no obligation!

View thousands of listings  www.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.PGAVillage-Homes.com, www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com, www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

Cascades Port St Lucie Local Open House Time is Teamwork Time

2 Nov

Cascades Port St Lucie Local Open House Time is Teamwork Time

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According to the best estimate, something like 45% of home buyers use an open house viewing before making their purchase decision. I think that sounds about right – it might even be higher here in town. With such a high proportion of serious prospects choosing to drop by an open house, it’s important that we – client and agent — get it right. Under-preparing is seldom an issue: we all want to put our best foot forward when we invite the public into our home.

Yet while it may be tempting to go into overdrive for that preparation, overdoing it can be a problem, too – one that can actually turn off buyers. Some guidelines worth noting:

  • Avoid Information Overload.  It’s common practice to set out a few brochures or pamphlets that let potential buyers know something about the area. But if your flier presentation looks like it belongs in the Florida Tourist Welcome Center, or you’ve put together a local restaurant guide that comes off like a comprehensive college prospectus, your buyer may not have enough time to focus on the home while there.
  • Don’t Kill the Mood. Like many agents, I like to try to set a certain ambiance for potential buyers attending an open house. Yet I also know that when a potential buyer walks through a Port St Lucie  home, he or she needs to be able to project a personal image of the future onto it. In practice, this means that soft music is nice — top 40 is too much.  Subtle and neutral details are a plus: too much color or too many photos can be overkill.  To cater to all demographics, be sure the house is clean and uncluttered — as minimalistic as practical.
  • Keep Refreshments to a Minimum. Ensuring that potential buyers feel comfortable in your open house is the goal, so you and your agent need to draw a line between hosting a mini-buffet and being gracious but businesslike hosts.  You want to provide pleasant and positive refreshments, but an elaborate spread taking over the kitchen and wafting all variety of aromas through the house is distracting. I’ve always been a fan of the classic cheese and crackers display (though I’ve sometimes found it appropriate to add a cookbook propped open to bring to emphasize an especially well thought-out kitchen design).

When you plan your own Cascades open house, you and your agent should make the most of the strong points of your offering – being careful not to upstage them. Call me anytime if you are looking for one of those kinds of agents. I am one who will be your strong partner from the moment you list until the last closing doc is signed!

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, an agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

Are you tired of scouring the newspaper and MLS listing sites looking for homes in Florida?   Tired of playing telephone tag with Realtors only to hear the home’s already sold?  Sit back, relax and let Bold Real Estate Group and our team of professional Realtors do the work for you!  Just visit our website and check off the properties yuor’re looking for.  This service is FREE and there’s no obligation!

View thousands of listings  www.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.PGAVillage-Homes.com, www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com, www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

Thanks for visiting Bold Real Estate Group BLOG

18 Jul

Thanks for visiting Bold Real Estate Group BLOG

I am prepared to represent buyers, sellers and renters worldwide. Doing relocation work is also a passion, by assisting clients with every real estate need.  I have a strong network of real estate professionals all over the world, so I can refer our clients whey they are seeking property almost anywhere in the world. I know that the successful achievement of your real estate objectives will be equally dependent upon your input and my twenty-six years of experience.  I make a commitment to all of my clients, purchasers and sellers alike.  This commitment means that I work diligently and quickly to produce results.

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As a dedicated real estate agent, I am qualified to guide you in buying or selling a home. I believe in using my skills in finance, contracts, negotiation and marketing to your best advantage.

INTEGRITY

Buying or selling a home is one of the most important transactions in the lives of many people. Because of that, it is important that you work with someone you trust and feel is a market expert with integrity. People trust me with their most-valuable asset. It’s a responsibility I take very seriously. I know that your success is my success.

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I offer local expertise in a home market tailored to meet your needs. As a local professional, I know the neighborhoods, schools, market conditions, zoning regulations and local economy. I will do the leg work, keeping you up-to-date with new listings and conditions as they impact the market. I will make the process as pleasurable and stress-free an experience for you as I can.

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I don’t measure my success through awards received or achievements, but through the satisfaction of my clients. Whether you are looking to buy or sell your home, I will provide sound and trustworthy advice to help you achieve your real estate goals.

Let me guide you through the complexities of buying or selling your home, eliminating hassles and stress. I look forward to working with you.

I am available and well prepared to assist you in reaching your real estate objectives.  If you are ready to move forward, you can reach me at 772-224-1634 or by email at milliegil@comcast.net   You may also visit our company Web site at http://www.BoldRealEstateGroup.com for additional information on all the real estate services we offer.

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Es para nosotros un placer poder asistirle con su compra o venta de propiedad a nivel local, nacional e internacional.  Nuestro equipo le proporcionará la información desde como elegir la mejor propiedad, la negociación y el financiamiento con su compra de propiedad residencial o comercial. Tarifas de hipoteca, mudanzas, y todo aquello pertinente a una toma de decisión de compra  en el Mercado estado unídense.

Nuestro compromiso es el de proveer servicio con excelencia y con dedicación personalizada.  Comprar o vender una propiedad puede ser un proceso difícil, tanto emocional como logístico. Nuestro equipo profesional no solamente le encontrara la mejor selección de propiedades, pero lo guiara en obtener la casa perfecta que cumpla con sus necesidades y perfil económico. Estaremos a su  disposición y siguiendo cada procedimiento meticulosamente en cada fase del proceso.

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The Best Ways To Begin Your New Home Search

This is a great time to start looking for a new home in preparation for a summer move.  Summer is a great time to buy a home.

Let’s look at some of the reasons why now is the time to begin planning.

1.  Summer is a great time to buy a home because you can see your potential new home in all of its glory.  You will be able to see if the lawn is green, if the foliage is alive and in good condition etc.

2.  Have a vision of what you want before you begin your house hunting. Think about what local  activities your family will require, the proximity to your work, how close the home is to your needs such as groceries, daycare etc.

3.  Budget.  Get your financial plan together.  Can you afford a Home Owners Association fee if you find the perfect home?  What about any other related expenses – landscaping, pool services etc?

4.  Select a real estate agent.  Select a realtor you trust to help you through the entire buying process.

5.  Select a mortgage company or financial institution to help you with the pre-approval needs for your new home.  Your realtor will be able to recommend some reputable companies based on their daily experience in dealing with mortgage companies.

6.  Get a reality check.  No matter how much you have to spend, it is unlikely that you will get 100% of everything you want in a home.  Select a few “must haves” and let the rest of your wants come as they may.  Some people have too many “must haves” and they end up tirelessly searching for that perfect home that just doesn’t exist.  The same thing goes for your champagne taste and your beer budget.  If your realtor has shown you several homes that you want but have sold for more than you can spend, you may need to realize that you have to live within your means.  Continuing your search for homes that you cannot afford will only delay the inevitable – finding a suitable home that you can afford!

7.  Do your market research.  Have your realtor do some market research for the area you are considering.  This will help you to focus on what is real.  Yes, there are many foreclosures and distressed properties out there but do you really want to go this route – dealing with the banks and their red tape.  Then you will  have to deal with the contractors once you purchase the home?   Let your realtor help you find a home that is suitable for you and your family.

8.  Read everything before you sign it or before proceeding with the deal. Read Everything!  Enough said.

9.  Don’t get discouraged.  It is normal to make offers on more than one home before you have a seller accept your offer.  Don’t worry, this is to be expected.

10.  Don’t let the competition get the better of you.  It is not uncommon for buyers to start a bidding war for a home they want.  But don’t let temptation get the better of you.  You do not want to end up spending thousands of dollars over your budget just because you want to “win” the deal.  Remember, there are plenty of homes out there and if you miss out on this one there will be others.  Guaranteed!

Your realtor will help you stay focused.  So don’t hesitate to talk to them about your wants and needs.  Your agent knows the game and will be able to help you get the most for your money without getting into a bidding war.

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About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

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